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Rotary Club of Grahamstown Sunset



Our club meets every Monday evening between 18:00 and 19:00 at the Graemian Centre, Graeme College.

1st Monday - Business Meeting

2nd Monday - Committees

3rd Monday - Guest Speaker

4th Monday - Guest Speaker

5th Monday - Social


OCTOBER - Economic and Community Development Month

24 Oct - World Polio Day

31 Oct - Craft beer tasting and talk

31 Oct - 6 November World Interact Week


NOVEMBER - Rotary Foundation Month

14 Nov - Tumelo Tladi - member talk

21 Nov - Club Christmas Dinner


DECEMBER - Disease Prevention and Treatment Month



17 Mar - Moerse Auction








Our club has 32 members, 5 directors and a President.  Every year a new President is voted in and he/she then chooses his/her directors.

Each director runs a specific portfolio committee. These committees are crucial in raising awareness of our projects, attracting / retaining members, and looking after club finances and public relations.


Projects 2016: Family Health Day, Tree of Joy, Addo Adventure, Moerse Auction, Cans for change, Polio,





Projects 2015/6: Salem Cross Roads - York Street Safe House and the Farm, Tree of Joy, Pint for a pint blood drive, Christmas in July, Shoebox gifts, Donate a can, RAGES (Save the Rhino), Addo Adventure, Family Health Day in Riebeek East


Community Service : Fixing the Wendy House in Extension 6 - Grahamstown 2015

Luc, Este, Cornelius and Don were met by Khayakazi and Phikiswa from Siyazama Pre-School for ‘Operation Wendy House’

The old wood was sanded down; the men did general repairs to the Wendy House and then it was operation PAINT. The teachers and Rotarians painted the whole house with wood primer.

The hard work is done! The next step is to paint the walls and the roof in 'happy children' colours. That will be the time for another team of Rotarians to volunteer to help these people who want to help themselves.

The Interactors will add the final touch, by decorating the walls with flowers, so that the kiddies would like to go to their new reading room.





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